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D) Trunk = Belly
2 E) Wing
Regions of the Wing: Brachium, Antebrachium, Manus Fig. 1.8 in Podulka et al. 2004
Bones of the Wing: Fig. 1.7 in Podulka et al. 2004
Wing Covering: Humeral Patagium, Patagium, Postpatagium Fig. 1-9 in Podulka et al. 2004
Feather Regions of the Upper Wing (and Adjacent Areas) Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
Feather Regions of the Under Wing (and Adjacent Areas) Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
Upper Wing Covert Nomenclature Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
Under Wing Covert Nomenclature
Peregrine Falcon or Prairie Falcon
1 3 Peregrine Falcon Prairie Falcon
8 WHAT TYPE OF HAWK?
9 Red-Tailed Hawk Patagial Marks 23
WHICH FLYCATCHER IS THIS? 10
1112 Western Wood Pewee Eastern Phoebe WING BARS
What Duck is This?
MallardAmerican Black Duck
13 14 Red-Tailed Hawk Peregrine Falcon Red Grouse
F) TAIL Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
27 RoundedWedge-Shaped 28 American Crow Common Raven
28 Sharp-Shinned Hawk 29 Cooper’s Hawk Square (= Truncate) Rounded
Rounded versus Graduated Fig in Podulska et al. 2004
34 35 Graduated Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
30 Notched (= Emarginate) Pine Siskin
31 32 Forked Magnificent Frigatebird 33
35 Pointed 36 Mourning Dove
37 Upper Tail Coverts Northern Harrier 38
39 40 Upper Tail Coverts Lucy’s Warbler
Under Tail Coverts (= Crissum) Canyon Towhee Crissal Thrasher
43 44 Woodpecker Rectrices Downy Woodpecker Hairy Woodpecker
G) HIND LEG: Thigh, Crus, Foot
Regions of the Hind Leg: Thigh, Crus, Foot Fig in Podulska et al
Bones of the Hind Leg Fig in Podulska et al. 2004
Fig. 1-8 in Gill 1990 Relative Lengths of Tibiotarsus and Tarsometarsus
PERCHING Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
Podotheca Types Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
Primitive Terrestrial Tetrapod Foot Fig in Podulka et al. 2004
Fig in Podulka et al TOE ARRANGEMENTS
52 Anisodactyl 61
59 60 Pamprodactyl
Foot Diversity Fig in Podulka et al. 2008
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